Desperate Mueller Probe Now Examining President Trump’s Tweets For Obstruction (Video)

When Bob Mueller was appointed by Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein it was to investigate Russian collusion. That mission has now expanded to anything for this Deep State sponsored witch hunt, or let’s call it what it is a soft coup.

I used to be in B2B sales so I speak bullshit fluently. What this is really is the Mueller probe has NOTHING on Pres Trump. There’s no Russian collusion (keep in mind collusion isn’t a crime), obstruction of justice for firing Comey, or any shady illegal activity. Bob and his team of democrat investigators (aka Hillary supporters) are so desperate to find something to pin on Pres Trump they’re now scraping the bottom of the pit, aka Trump’s Twitter account, for acts of “obstruction”. The hope here is to find something to give socialists in Congress to use in their midterm campaigns where should they regain majority power they’ll be able to use to impeach Trump.

Good luck with that Bobby.

And to those who praise this man as someone honorable because he served in Vietnam and the FBI he’s a “republican” etc, take all that bs praise, shine it up real nice, turn it sideways and shove it up your ass! Mueller is actively working with the Deep State to find a crime to pin on the duly elected President of the United States with the hopes of removing him from office because their candidate lost the election to him! There’s nothing honorable in holding that role running this soft coup.

Mueller examining Trump’s tweets in wide-ranging obstruction inquiry
By Michael S. Schmidt and Maggie Haberman | New York Times

WASHINGTON — For years, President Donald Trump has used Twitter as his go-to public relations weapon, mounting a barrage of attacks on celebrities and then political rivals even after advisers warned he could be creating legal problems for himself.

Those concerns now turn out to be well founded. The special counsel, Robert Mueller, is scrutinizing tweets and negative statements from the president about Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI director James Comey, according to three people briefed on the matter.

Several of the remarks came as Trump was also privately pressuring the men — both key witnesses in the inquiry — about the investigation, and Mueller is examining whether the actions add up to attempts to obstruct the investigation by both intimidating witnesses and pressuring senior law enforcement officials to tamp down the inquiry.

Mueller wants to question the president about the tweets. His interest in them is the latest addition to a range of presidential actions he is investigating as a possible obstruction case: private interactions with Comey, Sessions and other senior administration officials about the Russia inquiry; misleading White House statements; public attacks; and possible pardon offers to potential witnesses…more